[OS X TeX] Installing of calligra
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Sun Feb 4 09:59:18 EST 2007
Am 09.01.2007 um 22:49 schrieb Gerben Wierda:
> On Jan 9, 2007, at 20:47 , Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> Le 9 janv. 07 à 18:23, Herbert Schulz a écrit :
>>> I wonder if there are type 1 versions of these fonts since using
>>> mf would, I believe, produce bitmap fonts (at some designated
>>> resolution) as well as the font metric files. Bitmap fonts tend
>>> to look pretty bad on the screen (maybe not as bad in large
>>> sizes?) but should print fine if the bitmaps are designed for the
>>> printer resolution.
>> There's apparently no PostScript Type 1 version of the font, but
>> Gerben's providing an i-Package for mftrace (the system used to
>> produce the Latin Modern fonts if I'm not mistaken). I've no idea
>> whether or not mftrace is simple to use, but that might be worth
> Latin Modern fonts are not created by tracing bitmaps. CM-Super is.
> LM fonts are fonts created from Metafont sources through the
> Metatype1 system. Probably this is a Metafont subset that allows
> conversion to Type1 and OpenType, but I do not know the details.
> CM-Super has been created using Autotrace.
Thanks for your help guys, but I realy start losing the plot...
I only need some kind of "handwriting" to format a dedication in my
final thesis. Would there be another way to do so?
I am using the last Tex installation from Gerben, i think is teTeX.
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